|Democracy Now! Monday, June 15, 1998 - Democracy Now!|
* Update On Chiapas Peace Process Last week, Catholic Bishop Samuel Ruiz of Chiapas Mexico stepped down in protest as mediator between the Mexican government and the Zapatistas, saying the government abandoned the path of dialogue. The Bishop also said that Zedillo’s government is promoting a constant and growing aggression against him and his diocese. In a recent statement, Bishop Ruiz noted that seven priests had been expelled from Chiapas over the past several years and that four had been j...
Keywords: Healthcare without harm, needle exchange, Chiapas peace process
|Needle Exchange - The Drug Policy Foundation|
Needle Exchange: A Life-Saving Policy. Congressional Forum, Rayburn House Office Building. The discussion panel includes Dr. Peter Lurie, lead researcher on the 1993 University of California study that prompted all of the controversy within the Clinton administration. Two other leading researchers are also being featured: Ed Kaplan of Yale University and Ernest Drucker of New York's Montefiore Medical Center.
Keywords: vhs; Drugs; Drug Policy Foundation; needle exchange; harm reduction
|Preventing the Spread of HIV Through Injection Drug Use - AIDSvideos.org|
Becky Kuhn, M.D., explains how injection drug users can reduce their risk of contracting or transmitting HIV.
Keywords: hiv; aids; injection drug; prevention; education; needle; syringe; bleach; needle exchange; blood
|DOPE 091 - Michael Aldrich|
"The Name Game." "The Big Town" Chicago Diane Lane strip. David Crosby on the 60s. Space nudes, "Forbidden World." Entertainment "1969 "New York allows needle exchange — for only 200 people. Dial-a-porn Carol Doda, Stonehenge circles, 35 cent cig tax, ADDS prop 102 loses but 86 passes, then later both lost. John Mitchell dies. 48 HRS on Alcoholism (1 1-10-88). Marilyn Monroe "a lonely Hollywood drug addict." Sherlock Holmes needle...
Keywords: vhs; Drugs; San Francisco; Oakland; Berkeley; needle exchange; cigarettes; alcoholism; steroids; drug tests; crack
|Needle Exchange: Harm Reduction and Disease Prevention in WNC - Bursts O'Goodness|
from http://www.ashevillefm.org/the-final-straw/01/2012/needle-exchange-harm-reduction-and-disease-prevention-in-wnc : This weeks show is an interview with Michael Harney, the coordinator of the NEPA (Needle Exchange Program of Asheville) and, in a different capacity, works with WNCAP (Western North Carolina Aids Project). He's done this work and gained notoriety and helped many to help themselves since 1994...
Keywords: michael harney; nepa; wncap; needle exchange; asheville; aids; hepatitis; final straw; bursts o'goodness; ashevillefm; harm reduction; north carolina
|AIDS 91 JUNE LOS ALTOS STORY - Michael Aldrich|
AIDS, Los Altos Story, AIDS Commission, Needle exchange, Health Quarterly, AIDS Report, Assisted suicide, Duesberg, AZT, June- September 1991. See scans of liner notes for detailed content.
Keywords: vhs; AIDS; San Francisco; Oakland; Berkeley; Los Altos Story; AIDS Commission; Needle exchange; Health Quarterly; AIDS Report; Assisted suicide; Duesberg; AZT; June- September 1991
|Catalyst Radio WYCE Red Project, AIDS Walk 10.5.12 - Linda Gellasch, Community Media Center, 88.1 FM, WYCE, Grand Rapids, Michigan|
In this episode of Catalyst Radio we learn about the Grand Rapids Red Project, and its effort in prevention of and testing for HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C, including a needle exchange program for intervenes drug users. In studio is executive director of the organization Steve Alsum, to explain how a program such as Clean Works helps to reduce and eliminate the risk of HIV/AIDS, STDs, and HepC through provision of clean supplies, and also talk about how media coverage of HIV/AIDS has changed over th...
Keywords: Catalyst Radio; WYCE; 88.1 FM; Radio; Grand Rapids; Linda Gellasch; Community Media Center; The Rapidian; Grand Rapids; Red Project; AIDS; Walk; Run; needle exchange; Hepatitis C; Steve Alsum; prevention
|Prevention File: Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs - Barbara E. Ryan, editor; Tom Colthurst, publisher|
Vol 16, n 1 (2001); Cities Take on Methamphetamine Problems - Tom Colthurst; Promoting Public Health or Public Problems? Case Histories in Alcohol Policy - Trauma Foundation (review); Blazing New Trails in Canada with Alcohol Policies: Reducing Alcohol-Impaired Snowmobiling - Reggie Caverson, Cindy Smyth, Ronald R. Douglas, and George Leakey; Why Not ‘Dare’ to Try Harm Reduction in Prevention? - Rodney Skager (commentary); These Maps Show a Different View of the City; Q&A with Alan Blum;...
Keywords: prevention; alcohol; other drugs; methamphetamine; public health; policy; needle exchange; Trauma Foundation; snowmobile; alcohol-impaired; drinking; Drug Abuse Resistance Education; DARE; harm reduction; mapping; GIS; Friedner Wittman; Alan Blum; Doctors Ought to Care; DOC
|Tenderloin Times (January 1990) (Volume Vol. 14, No. 1)|
Tenderloin neighborhood quadrilingual monthly newspaper
Keywords: Needle exhange legal limbo; Hastings Law School demolishes housing; Jennifer Wright; Homeless death toll tops 100; Bill Kisliuk; Tenderloin Holiday Celebrations; Kip Overton; Father Alfred Boeddecker; Vietnamese Community march on City Hall; Local 2 dispute moves to National Labor Relations Board; Homeless deaths; Arturo Moreno; Alberta Alexander; Robert Decker; Michael Testa; Ramon Salas; Jerry Levaro; Steven Varrichione; Chavis Bellamy; James Patten; General Lee Hayes; Paul Smith; David Gross; Needle Exchange; Prevention Point; Lao Seri; MainLibrary childrens room temporarily at TL recreation center; Mary TallMountain; Methedrine Dollhouse; Danielle Willis; Sheila Muto; Grace Fitzgerald; Thomas Michael Smith; Michael Salaam